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January 29, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-01-29

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

ubished 0'aily (Sundays excepted) during
the Colege year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
'tirese': Times building, 79 s. M~an St. be-
tween Liberty and William ts.
MsAsolNo EDITOR
,. F. TOMlAS, 97.
B ISIEl01s sAAtEl
O) . BIANSi, 's.
L n s-is
E. L. GemxME, 'bibL. F. S. Sixes,'li.
F. M. Loois, 'S. H. B. bemisaN, 'Si L.
H. . CuwIN, '. Bryrco LxxiiW'5.
C. M. GENx.99, Atbletic Editor.
ASSOCIATE EITORZS
W. W ughes, 'S. . XW. mit, 'i.
F. A. Fulk, 'Sil. L A. Campbei, 'S
W. P. idrril. 10. . . lldut, 'il.
A. M. Smith. '7. C. Lul, jr., 99 51.
The subcipion pie oi ie Taily is 8'.5M
for the college yeas, with a +eglar deliery
before noon ac day. Notices. commuia-
tions and ote matter itcnded foe public-
tin must be haddcini at ie Daily (ffice be-
p. i., of the day preious to eil itonwlileb
they are expected to appear.
Hubteiptlois may be left t The Daily
Office, Myer's or tolleta Neutod. or
with Busiess Slnoe. Sb Eer will eehi-
fee a favor by repoting psmplyathi
office iny failure of carriers to del eeppe.
Unless the seiors sid ie thei'
lass honors more promptly the Mlicii-
'olnia il not aparutililnel
fall. Every otbir pait of the book is
progressing iely but the centire oek
iu being telayed ty this procrastia-i
tion on the palrt of (le seiors. Every'
cactd shouldbelienict iiiy' toimorrow.
'Those in charge of the final sebae
to be held tomorrow night have
spared no puis to imake it a success
ill evry partictular. An ecellseril
presiding officer hai been scerned,
good judges hiave bcclx selectcd, and
the debatersasee itiooughly' ireared.
Who contest i btwseenx the lwv and
literary teparmnst' as well as for
the honor of repreenting ie Uver-
city, and this will add to the iteret.
Thu systeml of preliminary eebaec
has been suichcthat the1(1iieii wviocare
in the final cintests are (le best
speakers in the Uiiverity. So the
debate is sure to be nii1iiiterestig occ.
and those who attenilay' le sure sf
a proitable eveing. Tiis desate will
be the lat one here, as the lintireoi
legiate contet will be hild it GiColago.
The attendance shoild shciw one ('Irer-
sutatives taIAiCit we anclx Sicse
Miehiganl win. Every tdeit whos
possibly can shold be in U'iivrsiy
fll tomorrow night.
Adventist Misinary
Eld. A. T. Sead, of the iiedical de-
partment, will give an address 011 per
sonal experiences in missoary wok
in the Soth Sea Islands at the Ad-
ventist chapel (cor. Libety and Di-
vision streets) tonight at 7:30 p. i.
A cordial inviation is extended to
everybody.
All1estuidates for the baseall team
must report at lest three times a
week at the gymnnasium for the rgu-
lar Mass work.
G. A. MILLih, Captain.

Stearns Fellowship.
The Anierican Pharnmacentical As.
sociation has juLst lasued a pcamphillet
01n the "Caffeiix Compoiulid in K'ola,"
the reitilt ef Ike investigctions of ..
W. T. Knox, the holder of the Stearnsc
fellowoship ini the pliarilacey delcart-
inent. His wvork at ireceit is devot-
ed to invesilgations of tannin ass-

THE STORE.

LADIES' JACKEI
and

rS
CAPES

elated ss'thiucaffein in beverage laniitc. al:Half.
New Gymnasitim Instruments.
Never a tiue mere opportune than
Yesierdlytyhde esvaitiiropoicetricai nosy to provide yourself with a stylick
inistrcumenit ,vas1 set lip iii the Woii- Coat or Cape at so little expense.
il's Gyiiinasitilu.'Thils iiustruiiiec~t We kayo nosy in our Cloak Rosin
was inveinted by Mr. iBowcer, achletic many Jacketsaus elegant in design,
iinstliruct licte Stale Asrmal Schocilimake and material as this country af-
at Ypislacnc. Itc objet is tos diagramn fords-than which no large city can
iuions a cihart the outlines of the bock I boast better-all of swhiich are selling
andit cest, 1110 also the laterai out-
lilacs icthlie' tody'. By- this ;encsis tke 8% at 1-2 Prjoe.
deh ofltheii'chest and theIhatitual
icoise of the bicdy is libeertinlccl. ''lsis
hit iicen aso 2eeilis Al:her LADIES' FUR CAPES,
Che suihue is abnormally' curved. At Astracliall, Coisey, 'Wool, Seal, Monkoy
pirecenltt'einstrcime'nt is billy bingliiand Electric Seal
tested. Sf it proves batisfactory, it O e H l
will bepiurchlase'tlanti besoicesaip111
lmlliciut fixture ini liii gymnac siumi.

YOUR TASTE WILL
FIT YOUR POCKET BOOK,
If you furniish yotir rooms dtmr-
log our Great Inventory Sale.
Redluctioni made to force tralde
in every udepartmenut.
Good Antique Chamber Suits.
larme mirror, good $10.00 value,
nowy $12.50.
A Solid Oak Roll Top Desk,
cheap at $15. 00-Sale price $10. 00.
Chiuelle Portieres reduced from
$2.25 to $1.50 a pair.
Japlanese Rugs, 6x9 feet, a $6.50
value, now $4.50.
Ja panese Rugs, 7 ,x10' feet, an
$8 50 value, now $6.50.
Weomake Window Seats, Cush-
itini and all kinds of Furnliture to
oriler,
Furniture Repairing our spec-
ialty.
Work and plices that please.
M A CK & C014
56-58-60 S. MAIN ST. - FURNITURE.

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Anotherhinstlriecct ss'ieiihll s i'-
relady bhenicappcrloveedby'exicerience is
the pielvic oblitluincetre. tie invention
of Dr. Mcsher. This has beeni aclipt-
edl andi is ii in scat Lela~nd Staifoiii,
h.'niversity ef t'lifiornia, 51510c, eler
tunisversiti's lkrouosrmthelii' t'uisd
Staties.
Swimming Tank Needed.
Xla'erlilsllGymunasiumauis iiewvrun-
ning ini its third year. Before it wa
fiiishe'd the studenits had to do wsithi-
out Oily'gy."ssork. Last y'ear anti
the yeair befiire siliout 1(600-iueu took
the acerk. Besides these thcere' sere
the wsoiien, 'ncust'is y'ear has-c a
gy'illasiiriii of thireown.Is use is

MACK & CO.1
DRY GOODS.

THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chicago Alumnni Nun-cher)- ---------Feb. 12
Imperial Quartet------------------ac12
Oratorical Contest----------------ac19
Ex-Presidlent Harrison-----------------arch 22
LuciusPerry Hills-_-----------------------------_April2

511 atletic idle being apcpliedh to no:
oilier putrp'ose,' Ssve as a stuitaible ilael
ts .hold liii'variiiuss social hiaries of
Che year. Tue soeClung in svay of
eiquipmnit which1 is noewiieetied above
alli isthersis:a lorge swilmuming tank~.
Withiiut hone' lily'gy-ionasiam is ini-
compilehte. 'lue cltn'ces for hiaviing a
ta11k ire not s-cry- faviirablt', for there
is n10 griat fiiianicicl backing to th~e
gyiimsiiiiand5 the putitling in of a
taunk woiukhl nolve qusite Inexpiendti-
tore to start willsaiid afterwarss
would tie a large item of expense. The
wvater must either lie rented of the
city ir at private' sselbe iput downs.
Time heating aind care of tile tank add-
eid to this svould increase the cost to
sos-li a figure as to discourage the un-
derltatkig. With this one wviut fusl-
filleti our gylsixississs would undoubt-
ed~ly' be oix a pasr with the fiuest in the
country-.
U. OF M.,CALENDAR.
Saterdoy, Jan. Z10, 8 p. in., Univer-
sity Ial-Final University Debate.
Friday, IFebrnary 12, University hull
-Lnthmer Laflin Mills in S. L. A.
course, Chicago Alumni number.

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John Kendrick Brs------------
(JE 'ERAL ADMIcSSION TICKETS :5x.ti0
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS Q510
SINGcLE ADMISSION .50
EXCEPT
Harrison Number a I. c0
Oratorical tCnntest .u5

April 13

TICKETS NOW ON SALE-Reserved tickehs on sale at Palmer's drag stoe, Stale
street, und Wae's booklstsore, Main street.
JAMES H. PRUITT, Corresponding Secretary.
A POSITION,
Cnbe secured wth Sand, Mhe~lly a Co, that will Diing good returns to
students for thin works duel.- geuacaehon. Wye wish tRepsentatives on our
Atlases, Saps and other publications.
ALL ABOUT THE BABY e , , , . , .
By hRobert N. Tooker, SI 0., of Chicago Mledical College just Issued, in the,
bout fur Medical Students. Catalogue and circulars send us application.
SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES , .
We want a few s pecisl representativeu In the College. Foe thin pnsition
experienced boot men should write us at once, stating paul experience.
RAND, McN ALLY & CO., Chicago.
WHY DON'T YOU
ADVERTISE in 'TheD .AIL"Y

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